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Ktruauu CITY Tit Arfeffllt fttpttfclte 0 ntMtefm»M.99,lM; f •* . Hirsute Thespian Monty Woolley Dies if ALBANY, N. V. (UPl)-4f6f>ty W«>11«y, U, the bearded bachelof letor who became famou* as "th« man who came to dinner," died festerday of a heart illment. j| He had been on the critical list at ths Albany Medical Center t ifnee April 6. « § Woolley, born Edgar MonHl- i ion Woolley in New York City, * *»as nicknamed "The Beard" of his bushy chin toll- 5 &"His most famous rolft was as i Sheridan Whiteside In "tfoi Man | pho Came to tMflner." tta * «ayed the role ifl th« Mo*S I tart-George S. Kaufman play m Broadway and later por: rayed Whiteside in the movie Version of the play and ft tele* jWsion adaptation. ''Although the public thought of Woolley as a vitriolic, white* fcearded patriarch with fierce Blue eyes and a cigarette holder Wenched between his teeth, he insisted he actually was "mild- rViannered and easy to get along frith." M ' , "Being typed as a man with in acid tongue in pictures has Just about ruined me," he once confided to a reporter. f Funeral services are sched« tiled for tomorrow at Saratoga Springs, N.Y., where Woolley had lived off and on since he | was 3, growing up in the plays land of "Diamond Jim" Brady, t Lillian Russell, the Astors, the Goulds and Vanderbilts and other socialites who visited the spa for races and the gay social season. Services will be in Bethesda Episcopal Church with the Rev. W. Benjamin Holmes official\ ing. Burial will be in Green- fridge Cemetery. p Woolley was born Aug. 17, 1888, in the old Hotel Briston in New York City. His father at one time owned the hotel as well as the famous Grand Union Hotel at Saratoga Springs and the Iroquois Hotel at Buffalo. 39H N* Monty went to Yale and graduated in the class of 1911, which included such celebrities as Thomas Beer, now dead, and composer Cole Porter. From ; jArnie Gets Oscar i ' | NEW YORK (AP)—Anne fieri- jcroft, winner of an Academy Award as the best film actress of 1962, received the gold statuette last night during curtain calls at the conclusion of her performance in the play, "Mother Courage," } 'Miss Bancroft won the Oscar {for her r<Me in "The Miracle ^^yorker." i 8* i *Joan Crawford, another nom Jnfee for the best actress award if^mi the Academy of Motion Pic- jture Arts and Sciences, made the {presentation on the stage of the IMartin Beck Theater. j 'The theater management de- jscribed the presentation as a sur- iprise to Miss Bancroft and asked ttoa audience to remain seated a final curtain. is Crawford* walked onstage •In a shimmering white evening jgown, produced the statuette from {a, wagon which is one of the chief {props in the play, handed is to :Misa Bancroft and kissed her. ! "I hid this in the wagon," Miss iCrawford said. l . '. "You mean I hauled this arounc jail night?" Miss Bancroft asked •Miss Crawford nodded. 1 "This is the happiest day o lyour life, I know," Miss Crawford 2 said. LUNCHEON by the Pool at famous Camtlbwk lim SUNSHINE ALLEY Js pleasure in the Arizona tradition Total Price $3 Luncheon served 12:30 to 2:00 ••••••••••••••••••••to MONTY WOOLLEY Yale, Woolley and Porter went on to Harvard. He returned to Yale and taught dramatics for 12 years, interrupted when he served as an Army first lieutenant during World War I. Then he headed for Broadway. He appeared in the Broadway hit "On Your Toes" in 1929 with the facial adornment that was to give him his nickname, and from then on he refused to shave it off, despite pleas of some film producers. He went to Hollywood in 1931 and made a successful string of films including "Nothing Sacred," "Arsene Lupin Returns" and "Lord Jeff." Among his other films were "Dancing Coed," "Life Begins at Eight-Thirty," "Bishop's Wife," "Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and "As Young as You Feel." He won an Academy Award nomination for "The Pied Piper." In 1939, he returned to Broadway to originate the Sheridan .Whiteside role. Woolley's magnificent, meticulously trimmed beard had several close calls. Once it caught fire when a waiter brushed too close to it while serving Woolley cherries jubilee. Then it was dunked in wet concrete and "slightly damaged" at Grauman's Chinese Theater In Hollywood to "preserve it for posterity." In 1950, Woolley began a radio show, "The Magnificent Montague," and it was top rated for six years. Woolley contended it would have been on top much longer if television had not taken over the home entertainment field. In 1957, Woolley was stricken with neuritis and for the next several years lived a quiet bachelor's life in his $3,500 home at Saratoga Springs. He had plenty of money, but refused to move out of the modest house he had owned for years. Woolley is survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. James Woolley of Saratoga Springs. •:SO A.M. • 8:30 PJVf. n?anninq's *\ -. **+* CAFETERIA SERVICE • MAKPAST LUNCH • DINNIK 3039 BAIT THOUA* «wr*i TTH'AYSHOI AT V» t*MAM Kit*)*)* •/ KWf. FM-RM4.rn> midnlflhf (tf*r«o) «o) Ift The i»iftf *f a CIVIL DEFENSE EMERGENCY DIAL 646 «f 1246 A.M, , MM. or- 4:08 A.M. TAft Mullfi OOL-warld New* ' her 7:00 A.M, :tAR-New», ITAR-A 1:00 A.M. aw KOOL-Da\- . Schoenbrun Report A.M. '•m r-Coff**' Kiautih 10:00 A.M. i.Muiie .... . KTAR.Wom«fl'» World 12:00 Noon KPHO-hewa KOOL-N«WS, Farm . and Ranch KOY-Weather, Chapel lollvwood ..lUSIC KTAR.lsw'rene* Walk ^ 1:00 P.M. Sfflh- .. s, Music KHE 2:00 P.M. KfAR-News/ Music KOOL-Ntws, Mullc KTAfc-Musfc' KC KOOljgjj^al KPH&Nllstttie' KOOL- 4 NWr8;'MUSl Kpy.MUIIe KTAR-Al-IZoftS New* 5:00 P.M. KOY-F«tn«r af Five KPHO-Apriculture KOOL-News, Music KOOL-HollyWOOd, KTAft-Mvron Drake KHEP-Serenade KTAR-Moraan KYND-o'scusilon na rowth of Arizona Econ, G KTAR?H 4 unf!eT OOL-Baseball YND-DavId Wick 4:00 P.M. - ii*b*11 PHO Tomorrow 7:00 P.M. KPHO-c/ L.CVYI*, Jr. .,, ,,~-N«WS, Muste KTAR-Westarn Business Roundup tits p.m. iew«rt KTAR-&ewsI Muile RpHChParade of KTAft-N*w») Wu«l« Ti« p.m. KXIV-Ba»eMII 8:00 P.M. KBUZ-Ev«mno KPHO-Nawicope 8:30 A.m. KOY-Wesfarn Business Roundup 9:00 P.M. KOY-News KOOL-News, Music »:30P.tn. KOY-Comedy Time 10:00 P.M. KBUZ-Mutual •*"•• J.B KOY-MusIC 11:00 P.M. KOY-Newsi MU»lc KOOL-News, Music Today's Highlights HOLLYWOOD (AP) *- Columbia 'ictures, Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer and 10th Century-Fox, three titans of movie production, announced yesterday they are "exploring possibilities for construction of the )iggest, most modern motion picture and television produetiofi center in the world." A Joint statement called it "the most important announcement ever to come out of Hollywood." One studio source said the idea would be to combine facilities to reduce overhead and obtain new equipment and sound stages. "It would be like airlines work- ng out of the same airport," he said. It can be assumed that under the proposal present studios of the three mammoths would be abandoned, he added. The Joint announcement added: "... the utilization of such center will not In any way affect or alter the individual identity or autonomy of the respective companies. "In addition, the new motion picture and television production center as planned can accommodate, and will be available to, other companies as well as independent producers." The announcement said the new studios would be within Los Angeles County and added: "One of the sites under consideration Is the 20th Century-Fox 3anch at Malibu, consisting of 2,500 acres." This property, 35 minutes from Beverly Hills and "greater than the combined acreage of ail exist- At 5:40 p.m., KOOL, baseball. San Francisco Giants vs. Milwaukee Braves at Milwaukee. Mary Ure Secretly Wed to Robert Shaw LONDON (AP)-Frlenda yesterday disclosed actress Mary Ure has secretly married Robert Shaw, divorced by his wife In February on grounds of adultery with the blonde actress. The wedding took place at Amersham, Buckinghamshire, April 13, and the couple promptly left for Istanbul, where Shaw is making a film. Miss Ure formerly was married to playwright John Osborne and starred In his play, "Look Back in Anger." She divorced him last December on grounds of adultery with three women. At 6 p.m., KOY, baseball. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. St. Louis Cardinals at St. Louis. At 7:40 p.m., KXIV, baseball. Los Angeles Angels vs. Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles. JAPANESE PLAN CLIMB CALCUTTA (AP)—Encouraged by the American success in climbing Mt. 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